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CDC study: COVID-19 more prevalent in children than originally thought

CDC study: COVID-19 more prevalent in children than originally thought

Shutterstock A CDC-supported study of infection rates among children in Mississippi show the actual number of juvenile cases of COVID-19 may be much higher than first reported. The findings, released Thursday, also showed Hispanic and Black children infection rates were 2.4 and 4.3 times, respectively, higher than the rate for white children. The study...

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